The internship program at The Anne Frank Center USA brings together students from all over the world. Each share a common desire: to keep the memory of Anne Frank alive and to pass down her legacy through the generations. They have the passion and drive to fulfill the diarist’s wish, to assure that she will “go on living after her death.”
Each year, more than thirty interns and volunteers are interviewed and matched to projects that last one to three months. The experience is geared towards the personal interests and talents of each volunteer. Every intern comes away with a unique understanding of Anne’s story.
If you would like to learn more about interning or volunteering for us, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Available Intern Projects
We are seeking two part-time university interns to work in the public gallery and exhibition center in Tribeca on a variety of projects supporting key staff members.
These duties will include:
Please note, these internships are unpaid. Hours are negotiable.
Please send a resume and cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the position to: email@example.com.
- Supporting the Programming and Education departments in the development of public programs for New York City audiences, including exhibitions, lectures and classes for schools.
- Assisting in the development of the Center’s Marketing and Communication’s strategy, including social media initiatives, market research surveys and data analysis.
- Providing the Development department with program support, researching corporate sponsorship, maintainin databases.
- General administrative and visitor service support, including data entry, reception and book store.
Volunteering is an excellent way to help share Anne Frank’s words and wisdom. Volunteers may become docents; work on special projects, or staff public events. Holocaust survivors or children of survivors may volunteer to speak with visiting school groups.